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  2. The Thai education system is nothing but a farce to pretend it gives students an education. They have no knowledge of the world, history nor ability to think and analyse. The average university graduate wouldnt pass a year 10 exam in a western high school.
  3. Snitch is the wrong word. If you live in the west and you have a noisy neighbour, you call the police and it is addressed. Nobody would call you a snitch, they'd probably be thankful
  4. last one a ridiculous photo op, basically the power pole arrested him
  5. I have worked in elder care in the past. “ Granny dumping” was sadly not rare.
  6. A pathetic attempt at humor concerning a serious accident. Had someone died you might have woven some comedy into that as well.
  7. If honest men have nothing to hide, then why selectively release documents that only provide support for criminal aspersions? Why keep documents hidden at all? In other words, shouldn't the standard of honesty be applied to those who release the documents as well?
  8. And you know that how? There are a lot of people that believe the FBI acted inappropriately. Honest men have nothing to hide.
  9. Well, you kind of making yourself an idiot, continue the story and answering. What did you expect on TV? Well, no, my gf say the same, I can not go out freeballing in my shorts. Not so much in the tourist areas, but at home, she go nuts, and deny me go out without underwear. So this is the rural real thailand. She can not go outside without a bra, even her tits is not that big, saggy or floppy but quite firm. They could see her nipple, thats the thing.
  10. I can hear the tanks warming up their engines to persuade these damn opposition MPs to start voting correctly.
  11. Rolling Thunder veterans group makes final ride through Washington USMC Staff Sgt. Tim Chambers (ret.) salutes motorcycle riders as they pass by during the 32nd Annual, and possibly final, Rolling Thunder "Ride for Freedom" during Memorial Day weekend to support veterans and call attention to POWs and MIAs, in Washington, U.S., May 26, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Theiler WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Rolling Thunder motorcycles that descend on Washington, D.C. every Memorial Day weekend made their final ride on Sunday, ending a three decades-old tradition that was initially meant to serve to pay tribute to fallen and missing-in-action soldiers. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1102990-rolling-thunder-veterans-group-makes-final-ride-through-washington/
  12. German Jews warned not to wear kippas after rise in anti-Semitism The German government's anti-Semitism commissioner has urged Jews to avoid wearing skullcaps in public. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1102989-german-jews-warned-not-to-wear-kippas-after-rise-in-anti-semitism/
  13. Rolling Thunder veterans group makes final ride through Washington USMC Staff Sgt. Tim Chambers (ret.) salutes motorcycle riders as they pass by during the 32nd Annual, and possibly final, Rolling Thunder "Ride for Freedom" during Memorial Day weekend to support veterans and call attention to POWs and MIAs, in Washington, U.S., May 26, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Theiler WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Rolling Thunder motorcycles that descend on Washington, D.C. every Memorial Day weekend made their final ride on Sunday, ending a three decades-old tradition that was initially meant to serve to pay tribute to fallen and missing-in-action soldiers. The veterans advocacy group, formed in 1987 by 73-year-old Vietnam veteran Artie Muller, got its name from a 1965 bombing campaign against North Vietnam dubbed "Operation Rolling Thunder." President Donald Trump gave the group a shout out on Twitter on Sunday, where he pledged that the annual rides in Washington would continue. "The Great Patriots of Rolling Thunder WILL be coming back to Washington, D.C. next year, & hopefully for many years to come," Trump wrote. For years, the group has become synonymous with the annual Memorial Day celebration in the nation's capital, where thousands of motorcycles meet in the Pentagon parking lot and continue their ride across the Memorial Bridge toward the National Mall. Late last year, the group announced it would be making this May its final ride, citing a lack of cooperation by law enforcement and rising costs of permits. The Defense Department told ABC News that they support peaceful demonstrations and were prepared to support the 2019 Rolling Thunder ride. In an interview with Reuters TV, Muller said that while this will be the final ride, the event will also mark the beginning of a new chapter. "We're not really talking about a legacy here because we're not going away. We're just spreading out and we hope to get stronger. That's what our idea is on this, so coast to coast -- North, South, Midwest," Muller said. (Reporting by Temis Tormo in Washington; Writing by Sarah N. Lynch; Editing by Lisa Shumaker) -- © Copyright Reuters 2019-05-27 Follow Thaivisa on LINE for breaking Thailand news and visa info
  14. Our village, 220 kilometers north of Bangkok had a single phase transformer for years and the voltage was always down around 200vac with frequent brown outs, below 160vac when the gravel pi, 0.5 kilometers down the road, used certain equipment and overloaded the HV system. After Puyai's new inverter air conditioner ate a couple of control boards, PEA came and installed a three phase transformer. I still had the brown outs until I had the local sparky climb the pole, my pole and ladder climbing days are over, and hook me up to a different phase. Now the voltage is between 230vac and 240vac, without the constant brown outs, 235vac right now.
  15. Did it and lived. 1803 to 1903 Home Edition. Took about 1 hour for phase 1, then about .5 hr for phase 2, restarting a few times. Was a little sluggish at first, even after disk and reg cleanup. Then it installed 4 updates, after a few restarts seems ok.
  16. and a whole lot of us believe that too, if thais cannot govern themselves then maybe the Only viable alternative is authoritarianism
  17. German Jews warned not to wear kippas after rise in anti-Semitism The German government's anti-Semitism commissioner has urged Jews to avoid wearing skullcaps in public. Felix Klein warned Jews against donning the kippa in parts of the country following a rise in anti-Semitism. He said his opinion on the matter had "changed compared with what it used to be". Israel's President Reuven Rivlin said the recommendation amounted to "an admittance that, again, Jews are not safe on German soil". Full story: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-48411735 -- © Copyright BBC 2019-05-27 Follow Thaivisa on LINE for breaking Thailand news and visa info
  18. What a development; basically no one predicted this! (insert sarcastic emoji of your choice here)
  19. Let's hope Prayuth follows him fully. Soon
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